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"I wouldn't take Sticky. Too unpredictable."
―T.O. Cross, to Jax Teller[src]

Sticky is the Vice President of the Grim Bastards Motorcycle Club on the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Played by American actor Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Sticky makes his debut on the episode "Black Widower" in the series' seventh season. Playing a recurring role through the series' seventh, and final, season, Sticky was last seen in the Season 7 episode "Smoke 'em if You Got 'em".

BiographyEdit

BackgroundEdit

Season 7Edit

"Black Widower"Edit

Sticky appears along with his president, T.O. Cross, when SAMCRO decides to help them find who has been running their men off the road, putting them in critical condition and even killing some of their members. They go to Flint's house, who refuses to give them any information, until Tig Trager and Rane Quinn hook a chain to his wheelchair and Bobby Munson's bike. After this, he gives up the location, and they end up at an apartment. Sticky stays back to keep watch, while T.O and SAMCRO break in and find two men and a woman involved in a threesome. After all four are killed, they learn that the man filming and one of the men involved in the threesome were church pastors and that the attacker is still out there. T.O. and Sticky later help nab a member of Lin's gang, who Jax Teller mistakenly believed was responsible for murdering his wife, Tara Knowles on Lin's orders. ("Black Widower")

"Playing with Monsters"Edit

The Grim Bastards help the Sons by donning masks and impersonating the One-Niners. They attack workers at a massage parlor owned by Lin, claiming that the attacks were orders straight from August Marks himself. ("Playing with Monsters")

"Smoke 'em if You Got 'em"Edit

AppearancesEdit

Appearances-Logo-SOA Season 7 appearances
"Black Widower" "Toil and Till" "Playing with Monsters" "Poor Little Lambs" "Some Strange Eruption"
"Smoke 'em if You Got 'em" "Greensleeves" "The Separation of Crows" "What a Piece of Work is Man" "Faith and Despondency"
"Suits of Woe" "Red Rose" "Papa's Goods"